February 17, 2022
11:30am-1pm

California has been experiencing intensified impact from climate changes to our buildings and communities. This Townhall will gather practicing architects specializing in resilient design and government policy makers to discuss the roles California architects can play in advancing California’s ability to adapt, sustain, and thrive in a changing climate. The discussion of this Townhall will focus on innovation of design approach and codification of best practices in resilient design for wildfires, flooding, and sea level rise. There will be thought provoking dialogues on how California architects can respond and lead the evolving practice of architecture for climate resiliency.

Earn 1.5 LU | HSW for attending.

Moderator

Tian Feng
Tian Feng FAIA, FCSI
President, California Architects Board District Architect, Bay Area Rapid Transit District

Speakers

Tara Key Nuin
Nuin-Tara Key
Deputy Director, Climate Resilience Governor’s Office of Research & Planning
Steve Winkel
Steve Winkel, FAIA PE
Partner, The PREVIEW GROUP, Inc. Author, “Building Code Illustrated”
Matthijs Bouw
Founder of One Architecture, Amsterdam Author, “Building with Nature”
AIA California
AIA California
Celebrating over 75 years of service, the AIA California actively promotes the value of design and advocates for the architectural profession. AIA CA is an association of 11,000 dedicated and passionate members who share a commitment to design excellence and livability in California’s natural and built environments.

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